Mark Zuckerberg orders all Facebook executives to use Android devices not Apple phones; Here's why
Mark Zuckerberg has reportedly asked his management executives to restrain from using Apple phones and rather use Android devices as it has more total users across the globe.
Giving it back to Apple CEO, Zuckerberg during an interview with Recode said, “I think it’s important that we don’t all get Stockholm syndrome and let the companies that work hard to charge you more convince you that they actually care more about you because that sounds ridiculous to me.”
Android phones are popular in many regions outside of the United States, including South America, Europe, Russia, South Asia, and parts of the Middle East. As of now, there is no official announcement of the order from the company nor it’s clear if Zuckerberg’s management team did switch to Android phones.
Facebook came under public and government’s radar earlier this year after international media outlets The Guardian and The New York Times published details of how Cambridge Analytica improperly extracted personal details from 87 million Facebook users without their permission. Cambridge Analytica is a digital consultancy hired by the US President Donald Trump during his pre-election presidential campaigns.
On the other hand, Apple CEO has been vocal about privacy rights and publically called out Facebook for its slapdash approach towards data privacy. When it comes to comparison between the two tech giants, Apple became the first $1 trillion company in history whereas Facebook's market value dipped more than $100 billion.
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